Our courses onsite are limited to 6 people per session at most so you are guaranteed to get all the support you need from your tutor. The materials are supplied and you can even borrow a sewing machine if you need to as we have plenty here, although if one is needed for the course we recommend you bring your own so we can help you learn to use it. If you need any more information about a course before booking please contact the team as bookings are non refundable past a cancellation point. Please see the terms and conditions for more details.

We understand that everyone is different and that modern life does not allow us all to do things in perfect timetables so if you cannot see the course you want or it is full then please contact us as we can set up a course just for you.  One to one or up to six of you at a time we can tailor make the course to suit what you want to learn and when you want to learn it. A full list of what we teach is available here.

Larger groups are not a problem either as we can come to you too.

We also run workshops at events and shows across the country – see the events page for details of where we are next.

Summer schools

Dates for 2019 to be announced soon

Bespoke workshops

for groups of one to six people onsite or more offsite:


Pottery hand building techniques

Pottery throwing – up to two people at a time

Machine Embroidery for beginners to advanced

Water in stitch (machine embroidery)

Bobbin work (machine embroidery)

Mindfulness in stitch (hand embroidery)

Geekshiko – sashiko for the modern stitcher

Wabi Sabi stitching (hand stitching)

Natural/Eco dyeing

Shibori dyeing

Rust dyeing

Felt making

Paper Cutting

Stencils for Street Art

Computer Game Development/Programming

This is not an exhaustive list and we are adding to it all the time.

Materials and equipment are all supplied so you don’t have to bring anything with you unless you wish to.

All our courses will be tailored to suit your group and dates/times arranged to be mutually convenient. There is a wide range of accommodation locally from camping and B&B to national chain hotels. Wrexham is accessible by train and the bus stops right outside. Access is flat except for a couple of steps but does have gravel for part of the way. Not suitable for wheelchairs. We book up to 2 years in advance. Contact us for a quote for your personalised course.